This is a vital experience for exam preparation as well as performing these strategic tasks in a real-life situation. My friend is also a commodities trader at BP and has given me an insight to the world of trading and how trades are carried out through speculation and futures. Analyzing this company has provided me with a thirst to learn more about technological innovations beyond the current technologies used at BP. At first I believed BP was a company that used less strategy and more manual work to complete tasks.
I'm still working on my regimen but this is what I have so far. I'm 4b Natural, with low porosity shoulder length hair.
I would do every 4 but it causes my color to fade too quickly and I only want to color my hair once a month. My scalp and my hair needs high doses of water frequently to stay moisturized.
Mid-week moisturization does not really work for me. I am using the Mane Choice Easy on the Curls line. My hair seems to like this line. I will use the shampoo and conditioner on shampoo days and the 3 in 1 on cowash days.
After rinsing out the conditioner, I will massage the remaining water, smooth my hair down and twist it up. I will air dry for about 30 minutes. I use either the Mane Choice or TGIN moisturizer, apply a pomade to my ends and put in flat twist using one of my gels. I will be taking my hair out of flat twist and massaging as much water as I can into my scalp until it feels hydrated.
I will then soak my ends in water and squeeze water into them. After that I will work water into my strands by massaging my strands.
I may pull out my Q-Redew and see how that works. After steaming I will massage the water into my strands. Color I will use Surya Brasil color once a month. This color works well for me.
However, I do plan to do a DC once a month after one of my shampoos. I typically just keep it on for 30 minutes to an hour. I was using a sulfate shampoo prior but I think the mud wash will give me a very clean base.
Styling I have committed to wearing the same flat twist style for at least 4 weeks and hopefully for 6 before switching. Each wash day or moisturizing day I put my hair back in the same style.
This takes some of the stress out of wash day when I know exactly what I am going to do with my hair. It also helps me to see my progress over a few months.
When I come back to a style after being away from it for a few months I can see my progress.The oil is very smoothing and gives a perfect amount of oil, without making my hair greasy looking!
I don't use it on my scalp, but on my very dry, colored, ends it truly makes it so much softer looking!/5(82).
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